Associates from the Manhattan-headquartered food safety company AIB International announced this week that its goal is to become a $100 million company by its 100th year. The deadline would be 2019, since AIB, formerly the American Institute of Baking, has been in business since 1919. The announcement was
Heavy rains earlier this summer have put flood insurance in the spotlight in Riley County, and county commissioners are looking for assistance from elected officials. On Thursday morning, County Counselor Clancy Holeman announced the commission is in the process of planning a flood insurance work
Manhattan Regional Airport officials aren’t expecting a significant increase in customers after the cancellation of Chicago flights from Topeka. United Airlines’ twice-daily flights between Topeka and Chicago, which started Jan. 7, will end on Sept. 2 due to a lack of sales, airport officials announced Wednesday (
Society often benefits when tattling overcomes turning a blind eye, according to a Kansas State University business ethics professor. Diane Swanson, Edgerley family chair of distinction in business administration and professor of management, said although whistleblowers may be shunned and discredited, they can help corporations
The “dog days of summer” are here, but don’t let the phrase fool you. This hot time of year can be dangerous for your pup, says a Kansas State University veterinarian. “As it starts to get hot, the risk of heat exhaustion or death
What’s better than seeing great entertainers like Straight No Chaser, Wynton Marsalis, William Shatner, Garrison Keillor and more perform live? Pocketing some savings for doing so, which happens Sunday, July 27, at the McCain Performance Series’ Super Saver Sunday Single Ticket Sale at 2 p.m.
TOPEKA — Kansas State University could be getting a $150 million food-focused research facility by 2020. K-State president Kirk Schulz made the proposal for the Food Systems Research and Education Facility to the Kansas Board of Regents Tuesday during a budget meeting. No decisions were made at the
Kansas State University students made presentations to the city commission Tuesday about the future of Aggieville. Contrary to a certain stereotype, these students weren’t concerned about adding bars and restaurants but finding ways to better diversify the district. According to the students’ gathered data, 53
City commissioners on Tuesday discussed whether the mill levy should remain flat for the second year in a row. The current proposal for the 2015 city budget is about $134.4 million with a mill levy of 44.712 mills, an increase of $3.6 million and 1.288 mills from 2014. A mill is $1
Authorities are investigating two fires on Colorado Street this week as arsons. The Riley County Police and Manhattan Fire departments reported officials believe both a house fire at 831 Colorado Street Monday night and a garage fire at 823 Colorado Street early Wednesday morning probably were set
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